2024 Toyota Sienna LE hybrid 36/10k lease deals in So Cal

I’m new to leasing. I’m interested in the 2024 Toyota Sienna LE Hybrid 2.5L 4-cyl engine CVT FWD 8-passenger. What money factor, residual and lease credit or rebates should I be looking for on a 36/10k lease?

Having current, accurate information for residual value, money factor, and incentives is important in understanding your deal. As such, going directly to a source that has access to that data from the captive banks is your best option.

Rate Findr has that information, as they have direct access to it from the captive banks. It’s a tool on the Leasehackr Calculator, available to Super Supporters.

LE is like the Unicorn of Siennas.

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You mean it’s hard to find?

Long story short, finance an XLE.

Cmon man…didn’t you learn from 2020/21 that jap base model hybrid minivans cure diseases and other world problems? Thats why they were going for 10-15 grand over asking back then

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Thank you so much, I’ll check it out.

Thank you to mllcb42 I got the residual value and the money factor form the 2024 toyota sienna. Has anyone got any deals recently? It’s out of stock in several dealers around here. My zip code is 92592.

The lease is horrible on Siennas, trust us and get something else

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You can use the Toyota allocation sheet. It’s fairly accurate but Sienna’s will get pre-sold quickly. I found about 1/2 the Sienna’s on this list were available that were stated as available. You might have to drive a few hours, but you can definitely find an LE this way. I think the best deal is to finance one that doesn’t have many factory options, ensure the dealer is not including any mandatory dealer add-ons and you should get a decent deal.

As stated above, the residual and money factor is not very lease friendly and you won’t find any discount off MSRP. Better to finance as they hold their value well.


Thanks a lot

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Hey folks! Found some solid lease deals on the 2024 Toyota Sienna LE hybrid in SoCal. One option: $XXX/month, $XXX due at signing, 36/10k. Shop around and negotiate for the best deal! Share your findings and tips below. Happy hunting!

I’m amazed Toyota of North Canton has a Sienna below MSRP. Wowowie

It’s rare but happens. Dealer near me had a platinum at 4k off sticker in the fall

Hello Chris,

The spreadsheet has not been updated in awhile? Was there a stop in production? The allocations havent been released?

Any and all information/help is appreciated! Thank you

The person who was hosting the spreadsheet stopped updating it

That is a shame. Wish someone would pick it up.

Thank you for the update Jeff! Hope to hear from you soon.

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